Oral Health by
Dr. Alex Rubinov
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Finally, a dentist dedicated to
your long-term oral health.

Welcome to dental care the way it should be. A dentist focused on your long term overall health by making oral health cool, once and for all.

Expect the best…Then we’re for you.

Going beyond your daily brushing and flossing by getting a dental cleaning treatment gives you a healthier mouth and a fresher breath. Plaque buildup on your teeth causes tooth decay. They eat away your tooth enamel which leads to cavities. Together with daily brushing and flossing, dental cleaning prevents cavities.

Healthy teeth are clean and free of pain caused by cavities and disease. Healthy gums are pink and do not bleed when brushed or flossed.

  • Oral health is an indicator of overall health.
  • Taking care to prevent oral health problems like gingivitis and periodontal disease can go a long way toward decreasing the risk for more serious health problems throughout the body.


Why is it important to get your teeth cleaned?

Dental cleanings help to regulate the amount of oral bacteria responsible for causing bad breath. On top of that, they also help with cavity prevention. Although brushing and flossing your teeth regularly is a good preventative measure against cavities, a professional dental cleaning every six months is equally important for maintaining oral hygiene.

How can oral health problems affect your overall health?

Lack of proper oral hygiene can lead to the development of cavities, gum disease, heart disease, diabetes, and numerous other conditions. Maintaining a healthy smile is a lifelong commitment that goes beyond oral health to have repercussions for your overall health.

What is the difference between teeth cleaning and teeth whitening?

Teeth cleaning is a standard procedure that should be done every six months. The primary objective of teeth cleaning is to remove plaque from your teeth, keeping them in the best possible condition.

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that removes stains and discoloration from your teeth, leaving your smile brighter than it was before.

In summary, the focus of teeth cleaning is to eliminate plaque and tartar from the surfaces of your teeth. This procedure reduces your risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Teeth whitening, on the other hand, is a cosmetic procedure that removes tooth stains and discoloration.

Does dental cleaning make teeth whiter?

It's common for patients to wonder if they should have their teeth cleaned prior to getting a whitening procedure performed. In most cases, the answer is yes. As mentioned above, dental cleaning does often result in somewhat whiter teeth. Plus, many whitening treatments are more effective on clean teeth.

What happens if you never get your teeth cleaned?

Not keeping up with your routine cleaning appointments can result in an excessive buildup of plaque and tartar on your teeth. The longer patients wait to get their dental cleanings, the more serious the buildup problem can get.

Does dental cleaning hurt?

You can be assured that your routine dental visit will not be painful. Sensitivity during a dental cleaning session only occurs if your oral hygiene has not been properly maintained. This tells us how important it is to get a cleaning every six months!

How long does a dental cleaning take?

A dental cleaning usually takes between 45 mins to an hour. During this time, you will relax in your comfortable dental chair while listening to music or watching a show/movie of your choice.

How long can you go without a dental cleaning?

It is recommended that patients get a dental cleaning once every 4-6 months depending on the condition of their oral health.

What happens if you haven't been to the dentist in years?

If you haven’t been to a dentist in years, now is the time to go. It’s never too late to get back into a dental office and start an oral health routine.


I can never go back to a “normal” dentist again.

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